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Ping i210 Review

We recently tested the Ping i210 irons and were impressed with the results. The first thing that stood out were how great the irons looked. They are very similar to the earlier generation i200 irons that were released by Ping in 2017. These irons still have a sleek look, but still give confidence to the average player.

From Ping:

Buttery Feel

The activated elastomer insert is much bigger in volume and 50% softer, creating 25% more face contact, ensuring a pure feel at impact while also returning more energy to the ball.

More Face Contact

The additional volume of the custom tuning port, which also increases perimeter weighting and provides swingweight finetuning, allows for a 30% larger insert and creates 25% more face contact, resulting in activation of the elastomer to ensure a soft, pleasing feel.

Premium Look and Quality

A refined, more compact shape and look combined with minimal, progressive offset help convey the high-end appeal of the set.

Smooth Through Turf

The lead edge and sole profile were enhanced to improve turf interaction for distance precision with workability. A HydroPearl Chrome 2.0 finish ensures repels water to greatly improve consistency from the rough and wet conditions.

Precision Grooves

Mirroring the Glide 2.0 specs, a sharper edge radius and tighter groove spacing in the pitching wedge and U-wedge provides greater precision and help prevent fliers on shots where control matters most.

As most of you know, we highly recommend watching the clips by Rick Shiels and love posting his reviews and golf tips here at Bunkers Paradise. In this video review of the Ping i210’s, Rick will walk you through the looks, feel and performance.

Key Points:

The i210 irons are for the slightly better player
Very clean, sleek look
Look a little more forgiving than the previous i200, giving the player more confidence
Bigger insert for a better feel at impact
A HydroPearl Chrome helps repel water
Sharper and tighter grooves on the PW and UW making them play more like the Glide wedges

Let’s take a closer look at the i210 irons with Rick Shiels. Enjoy the video review.

Overall:

Ping did a great job with these irons. They kept the great look of the i200 and added a slightly larger look to give the player more confidence. The i210 irons easily be combined with the i500 irons also brought out by Ping recently. The i500 have a much bigger look to them and are more forgiving. The Glide wedges are a great compliment to the i210 irons. Ping did this on purpose, therefore, they do not have a SW or LW options for theses irons. These clubs are definitely a great options to check out.

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Written by Terry Sakurai

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